By Julia Karow

Complete Genomics this week posted flat revenues for the third quarter as its order book grew by 3,400 genomes. Due to technical problems associated with an upgrade that temporarily shut down its sample prep facility, the company had to delay the delivery of some genomes planned for the fourth quarter, reducing the total number of genomes it will ship this year by up to 20 percent.

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